angel Daniels

(10-13-93 / worchester, massachussetts)

breast cancer


When you touched my breast,
I should have known,
Cuz the look you gave me was very groan,
That night will always be stuck in my head,
You are my fiance,
The love of my life,
Soon to be your wife,
When went to the hospital,
So hey could run tests,
Come to find out have two lumps in my left and right breasts,
We dont know wat it is yet,
It might be breast cancer,
Or another disease,
I'll have to get over,
Everytime you look in my eyes,
I tell you im fine,
Truth is im scared outta my mind,
So many tears i have cried,
When your not looking i want to hide,
Im so worried that you might leave,
You my only chance left,
If you leave me,
It might as well be cancer,
I will be dead.

Submitted: Thursday, October 04, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, August 14, 2013

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  • Neela Nath (10/4/2012 8:45:00 AM)

    So nice heart-touching poem.Had this been his case, would you have left him? Never, I think, he also won't leave you.you are very soft minded.Be strong and fight back..Angelina, get well soon. (Report) Reply

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